PRLog - Feb. 7, 2012 - BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- Knox Gallery, Harlem’s newest and most stylish art salon, opened in December with a group exhibition in tribute to Myra Pankey LaSister – an elder, folk-artist who happens to be mother to gallery owner, Charles Knox. Located in an elegantly renovated townhouse on a quiet residential street, art collectors, visitors and art enthusiasts warmed the space throughout the holiday season into the New Year. Over the next twelve months, Creative Director, Al Johnson, will bring in a host of impressive guest curators, and the gallery is now on its third installation — THE SHIFT: Art & Spirit, an exhibition, curated by Kristin Reed, whose artists explore the non-physical realms of consciousness and the space in-between our ordinary reality and the abstract blueprint of alternate realms— paintings based on simple mathematical principles and processes that reveal a profound order existing on the archetypal planes.
At the opening on 9 March special guest RaShu Aten will play Scared Healing Gongs. Sound healing is the therapeutic application of sound frequencies to the body/mind with the intention of bring them into a state of harmony and health.
THE SHIFT: Art & Spirit opens on Friday, March 9th, 2012 from 6–9 pm with a reception for participating artists: Maggie Cousins, Diane Davis, Karen Fitzgerald, Nate Ladson, Paula Overbay, Kristin Reed, Atanaska Tassart and Shirley Taylor. There will be a closing reception on Friday April 13th from 6–9 pm and “Artists Speak” events will be on Thursday evenings during the show from 6–8:30 pm. For a schedule of these events visit www.knoxgallery.com.
To R.S.V.P. for openings and other events: 646.963.0498 or email@example.com
Knox Gallery is located at 129 West 129th St. in Harlem between Adam Clayton Powell & Lenox Aves, Open for special events and by appointment only Wednesdays through Sundays.
Contact Al Johnson, Creative Director for information or to schedule a private showing.
Visit the web site for gallery updates: www.knoxgallery.com
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